Dallara is one of the most important companies in the history of motorsport. After nearly 50 years in the business, the automaker decided to try its hands at a street car by way of the Stradale. Now though, Dallara has gone back to its roots to create a new track-going variant of the Stradale. Meet the Dallara EXP.
The Dallara EXP is underpinned by the same carbon-fiber monocoque as the road car, but changes have been made to the carbon bodywork to improve aerodynamics on track. The roof has been ditched in favor of an open cabin, and now, a large rear spoiler and front dive planes work together to increase grip. The tweaks help the EXP achieve a downforce rating of more than 2755 pounds at the car’s top speed of 180 mph. Combine the aero package with the standard Pirelli dry slicks, and it’s no surprise the EXP will pull 2.7 g of lateral acceleration. For the full story, check out this article from Road & Track.